"It feels great. It makes me feel like Adam Jones for an inning," Teagarden told The Baltimore Sun.
He extended his hitting streak to eight games and has hit safely in 11 of his last 12 games. Jones is batting .320 (16 for 50) with four doubles, four home runs and 16 RBI in his last 12 games.
McLouth entered play Wednesday batting .171 (6 for 35) with one double and eight walks in his previous 10 games.
The Orioles scored four runs off Valverde before he recorded an out. Adam Jones had a two-RBI double and Chris Davis connected for a two-run homer. Valverde then settled down to finally work out of trouble. He was charged with five hits and struck out one batter.
Valverde's ERA rose to 5.59, as it was the second time in his last eight outings he allowed four runs.
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Porcello was in cruise control until the Orioles broke open the game with a six-run fourth inning. Chris Davis started the onslaught with a two-run homer and Taylor Teagarden followed up four batters later with a three-run homer. The right-hander didn't issue a walk and struck out four, while losing for the second time in four starts.
Porcello will look to get back into the win column Tuesday against the Angels. Porcello had a disastrous start against Los Angeles April 20, allowing nine runs on nine hits and one walk in two-thirds inning.
Manager Joe Maddon said Price's schedule will depend on how well he feels from start to start. The Rays are hopeful he can return by the All-Star break.
Puig finished 2 for 5 with a double and a run scored. He now has nine multi-hit games in 13 starts. Amazingly, his batting line fell to .472/.491/.755 from .479/.500/.771 as a result of the relatively off day.
Tillman has won four straight starts and five straight decisions. He hasn't lost in six starts and the Orioles have scored at least nine runs in four of Tillman's last six starts.
The right-hander will aim for his ninth win Monday against the Indians. He's 1-1 with a 5.27 ERA and 1.46 WHIP in three career starts against Cleveland.
Suzuki, who has three home runs, finished 3 for 4 with two runs. He's batting .455 (10 for 22) with one home run, one double and three RBI in his last six games (five starts).